CRCL Student Ambassadors Program – Spring 2019

Requirements: Any student currently enrolled in a college or university within coastal Louisiana

Students: 10

Requirements: 20 hours of service learning


Brief Overview

The Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana (CRCL) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization working to drive bold, science-based action to rebuild Coastal Louisiana through advocacy, restoration, and outreach. CRCL unites business leaders, scientists, landowners, national and local conservation groups, government agencies, hunters, anglers, and a broad spectrum of concerned citizens to advance restoration for the benefit of people and nature. CRCL is seeking energetic and driven students to join our Student Ambassador program to help build support for coastal restoration by spreading CRCL’s mission and work throughout the coast. Students will represent CRCL at various festivals, events, and forums. Students will also get the opportunity to participate in on-the-ground coastal restoration events throughout Louisiana.


Main Tasks & Responsibilities:

  • Tabling

    • Student ambassadors will represent CRCL at various events throughout Louisiana. These events include festivals, forums, and unique university events (club fairs, internship fairs).

    • 10 hours

    • Activities may include:

      • Arriving early and staying late at events to assist with set up and wrap up

      • Actively engaging the public on CRCL’s mission and current projects

      • Distributing information on CRCL and volunteer events

  • Volunteer Events

    • Students must attend at least one volunteer restoration event (Oyster Shell Recycling and/or Habitat Restoration planting). These events will give student ambassadors on-the-ground, hands-on experience in coastal restoration.

      • 10 hours

      • Activities may include:

        • Arriving early and staying late at events to assist with set up and wrap up

        • Participating in direct volunteer service

        • Assisting with post-event clean up and organization at storage unit

        • Assisting with scientific monitoring to determine project success



Student Ambassadors must attend a training orientation at the CRCL office in New Orleans. At this training, students will learn CRCL’s mission, current projects, as well as roles within the organization (policy, restoration, outreach). Students will get the opportunity to practice speaking about our organization through role playing exercises to prepare for tabling events. Student Ambassadors will be given a shirt and nametag to wear when representing CRCL at events.


To apply, please send cover letter explaining your interest in coastal restoration and a resume to

Kacie Wright at

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